Just ask me first, OK?
Before Bush invaded Iraq I could have told him he wouldn't find WMD's. But did he ask me? Oh no, and now look how silly he feels.
When Boeing designed their entry for the Joint Strike Fighter I could have told them that their ugly piece-of-shit delta wing entry would LOSE, but did they ask me? Oh no, kiss that 40 year contract goodbye.
Now a word of advice for the Dems. Stop fucking around with black men, women etc to run for president. You NEED a pale white male if you stand any chance of beating the Republicans. It is sad but true. Don't say I didn't warn you and don't come crying to me after the fact.
That is all.
March 13th, 2007 6:01am
Thats the trouble with you yanks, so hung up on all the bullshit!!
That is all
what are you reading for?
March 13th, 2007 6:39am
The Dems need to stop acting as if our presence in Iraq isn't serving a greater purpose.
I get what the Dems are throwing down, that we shouldn't be in Iraq, but that we shouldn't say that because it will hurt the soldiers' feelings. haha. That's only going to go over well with most Dems, not most GOPers.
Granted, we may come up with an exit strategy and pull out, but Dems have been clamoring ever since "Mision accomplished", just looks bad (politically). What would happen to Baghdad and Iraq if we pulled out?
Actually, it would have looked better if we had pulled out then, because at least then we could have feigned ignorance better as to what would follow. Iraq could have sorted things out, and we could have stepped in again later on, knowing that they would kill each other without any help from us, and knowing which countries were going to act as predators, taking advantage of it all. Then just B52 the borders. harhar.
"What would happen to Baghdad and Iraq if we pulled out?"
You'd stop spending $100 000 every 15 minutes for one thing. That's a one trillion dollar mess the USA could have avoided. One trillion dollars. Did I mention one trillion dollars?
It could have been better spent finding Osama Bin Laden. At least something would have been accomplished.
March 13th, 2007 7:05am
Let's not forget what's really going here "Bring it on!" Bring it, Al-Quida baby, bring it! hehe.
So, we spend a trillion bucks in order to bait the Islamic radicals into attacking us so we can wax them. We may not get Osama, but we can get some of the friends of Osama. I wonder if this war needed to happen sooner or later. You've got Iraqi independence, you've got foreign fighters that even Iraqi's are fighting against, you've got Sunni vs. Shiite. Was this powder-keg never set to explode, never to affect us back home? I'm just wondering. The Iraqis are probably more self-reliant now. The Sunni's already have a shadow govt. in Baghdad.
>That's only going to go over well with most Dems, not most GOPers.
Do you think ANYTHING the Dems say will go over well with a GOPer? Their candidate could be the incarnation of Jesus Christ himself and the GOP Christian Right would probably call him a commie.
March 13th, 2007 10:45am
I know, so why waste our time? hahaha.
I like Al Sharpton, if he's running. Too bad I'm not registered Democrat, so I can't pick which one I'd want. I'm in Cali though, we get the last (and completely meaningless every election) vote.
Why does Cali even have a primary? Makes no sense, our votes never count. Plus, I'm in a Dem state, it's absurd for me to even discuss who I'd vote for no matter which party.
Now if I lived in Iowa, my vote could be worth up to a couple hundred bucks to some candidate.